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Re: Site License Change for the American Society for Microbiology'sO nline Journals

I welcome this change, which many of us had asked for. I am very pleased
the Society has been responsive to the users of its publications. It
should serve as another reminder that discussing these matters openly on
lists such as this can bring about positive change.

David Goodman, Princeton University Biology Library				
dgoodman@princeton.edu            609-258-3235


On Mon, 21 Aug 2000, Greenwood Daphne wrote:

> The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) is pleased to announce that
> its 2001 institutional site license will include access to current,
> full-text articles in both HTML and PDF formats.  This is a change from
> our 2000 site license, which provides access to articles in the HTML
> format only.  In addition, there will be no increase in subscription
> prices (either print or online) from 2000 to 2001.  The 2001 site license
> and prices will be posted on our website by the end of the week at:
> http://www.journals.asm.org/subscriptions.
> Sincerely, 
> Daphne H. Greenwood
> Marketing/Product Manager, Journals
> American Society for Microbiology
> 1752 N Street NW
> Washington, DC  20036-2804
> phone: 202-942-9355
> fax: 202-942-9355
> e-mail: dgreenwood@asmusa.org